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Elzie Patton Principal's List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Principal’s List

2nd Grade:  Abigail Brandrup, Carinne Burnette, Cayce Caum, Isabella Flemming, Jacob Salvino, Gracey Plemmons, Heidi Beckman, Charley Clark, Matthew Jackson, Brooklyn Maes, Ella Miller, Abby Wright, Mya Henry, Rylee Cooper, Jacob Cox, Cali Hughes, Cooper Leech, Ethan Lowman, Andrew Moore, Emilee Wells, Reaghan Ard, McKenzie Fitzgerald, Bishoy Ibrahim, Nate Long, Abby Norman, Grant Sawyer, Avary Summers, Tyler Vestal, Sierra Wyks. 

3rd Grade: John Reed Hill, Anna Davidson, Ryan Williams, Ethan Grossman, Jaime Romero, Joslyn Hatter and Clara Samuel. 

4th Grade: Matthew Delfendahl, Ellen Ewing, Abby Davidson, Hannah Beckman, Maddie Judd, Zach Smith, Ella Mercer, Taylor Vestal, Joel Wallace and Olive Jolley. 

5th Grade: Zach Delfendahl, Aly Kniffin, Chloe Young, Rachel Baldwin, Ethan Brandrup, Caleb Conaster, Joseph Helmy, Gina Ibrahim, Carter Williams, Kimmi Tran, Stephen Yassa, Abbi Davidson. 

Honor Roll

2nd Grade: Sophia Buchanan, Romario Borno, Hudson Boys, Caylee Hirsbrunner, Grace Mechinus, Julianna Mekhail, Landon Prophit, Abigail Warburton, Hallie Clark, Ashley Demonbreun, Macie Johnson, Trevor McGee, Ryan McWilliams, Octavious Stroud, Makayla Wiseman, Ethan Cox, Jordan Grant, Mena Helmy, Brycen Ledbetter, Allie Haas, Jaycie Mahoney, Cade Mahoney, Kayla Pitkin, Emilee Starling, Anna Claire Swindol, Zayd Alshaikn, Coen Baldwin, Lathan Barker, Reese Burns, Ethan Carr, Dylan Cole, Juan Fernandez, Madilyn Hacker, Emily Broekhuizen, Brynn Everett, Ja’dyn Hill, Callie Kinslow, Kaylie Padgett and Elijah Taylor. 

3rd Grade: Carson Marks, Emma Conatser, Jacob Cook, Hailee Nichols, Abby Zweig, Rylie Rorie, Charlie Ewing, Marina Gergis, Madison Collier, Presley Futch, Gavin Lamkin, Gracie Nichols, Tres Snyder, Rebecca Eiseman, Abby Taylor, Campbell Miller, Brylee Sayer, Ethan Holmes, Anna Davidson, Madi Garrett, Evan Wallace, Savanna Arnone, Jackson Fink, Lexy Halbert, Alex Jakalski, Tannor Meyer, Karma Wymer, WInson Nguyen, Elle Jae Frazier, Brennan Jolley, Isabel Silva, Zack Ziebarth, Anna Zweig, Cora Jenkins, Alex Dvis, Jordan Fox, Damon Brown and Brian Andrews. 

4th Grade: Brenden Shaw, Lance Terwilliger, Dalton Parish, Jordan Barga, Allie Brady, Jackson Clark, Abby Davidson, Madeline Fleming, Dalton Parrish, Lance Terwilliger, Jenna Hayes, Cerentie Hudson, Riley Jackson, Daniel Duggan, Gavin Halbert, Grace Reese, Trey Scoby, Sidney Larkin, Paige Smith, Josiah Thomas, Chandler Chance, Kermina Hanna, Makayla Prophit, Thorne Fay, Hunter Lockert, Khalaaylah O’Neal, Parker Walden, Daniel Tignor, Jonathan Mason, Jude Hassell, Gracie McCarter, Brandon Demonbreun. 

5th Grade: Grace Clark, Jimmy McHone, Mina Ibrahim, Dylan Rankhorn, Lily Wilson, Benny Pirrone, Mira Aziz, Bailey Barrett, Mark Broekhuizen, Alivia Grove, Isabella Perry, Caroline Brasfield, Savannah Seckman, Emmy Stein, Camryn Cernuto, Jasmine Cook, Evan Jamison, Hannah Long, Alex Overstreet, Rhannon Carlisle, Jordan Dyer, Nathan Hamm, Ashley Riddle, Deon Whidbee. 

Arsonists arrested for 2009 fire
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

After a lengthy, multi-agency investigation to determine who was responsible for burning down a half-million dollar home, two Mt. Juliet arsonists have been arrested on Federal arrest warrants. John Fisher, 34, of Nashville, and Steven Mellides, 50, of New York, were arrested Thursday afternoon on charges related to the arson of a newly constructed Mt. Juliet home.

Flag Day Event set for June 14-16
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

June 14-16, downtown Mt. Juliet is going to show its patriotism.
Flags of Honor, a tribute to the men and women who are now serving or have served in the military branches, will be on display on the corner of East Division Street and North Mt. Juliet Road.  An opening ceremony will be Friday, June 14 at 11 a.m. and a closing ceremony will be held Sunday, June 16 at 2 p.m.

School board approves career tech center
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Sabrina Garrett

Special to The Chronicle

A lease agreement with the Tennessee Board of Regents that will transform the vocational facility on the former Lebanon High School campus into a career technical center was approved by the Wilson County School Board with a 5-0 vote at their meeting on Monday night.
County Attorney Mike Jennings said that discussion with the TBR had been ongoing for a long time to find a solution that would accommodate both of the parties involved. “I think we have done the best we can to deal with these issues,” he added of the stipulations set forth by the board during their May meeting.
These issues included the safety of students that will be educated at the center, a yearly assessment and guaranteeing that spots would be available to Wilson County students – since recent numbers show that 40 percent of seniors who are graduating this year do not intend to go to college.
During an earlier interview with The Wilson Post, TBR Vice Chancellor James King said that he believes a technical center will greatly benefit students in the community. He said that America is in an era right now when having a marketable skill – such as those learned at career technical centers – is extremely valuable.
“There are a lot of people right now with a generic degree (from a four-year college) who are struggling to find jobs. Ninety percent of students graduating from our centers are getting jobs in their field,” he said.

Sabrina Garrett is a Staff Writer for The Wilson Post. She can be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

County poll officials honored
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Wilson County Poll Officials were thanked for their service and updated on election plans at a reception honoring poll officials held at the Ward Ag Center on Thursday evening. The Wilson County Election Commission appoints over 300 Wilson County voters as poll officials for each countywide election.
Phillip Warren, Administrator of Elections, recapped the elections successes of 2012 and introduced plans for future election administration and training. “Preparation is a necessary part of success and it is never too early to start preparing for the next election,” Warren told the group.
Warren unveiled new registrar software that will be utilized in 2014 to speed up voter check in at the polls. After the success of a five precinct pilot program conducted during two elections in 2012, this new technology will be standard procedure throughout Wilson County in 2014 elections.
New opportunities for classroom, online and hands on poll official training were also rolled out at the reception. “Poll officials in Wilson County are some of the best trained in Tennessee,” Warren said. “Our goal is to maintain a level of training for our Poll Officials that is of the highest quality and innovative,” Warren commented.
Tennessee Coordinator of Elections, Mark Goins presented retiring Election Commissioner Bob Haley a certificate signed by Tre’ Hargett, TN Secretary of State, Coordinator Goins and the four Wilson County Election Commissioners. Haley has served Wilson County as Chairman and Secretary of the Election Commissioner since 2002. “It has been an honor to serve on the Election Commission and be a part of the tradition of well administered elections in Wilson County,” Haley said.
This is the second annual reception held in Wilson County for poll officials. There is always a need for poll workers in Wilson County. To learn more about becoming a poll worker visit or contact the Election Commission at 615-444-0216.

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